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Two hours earlier, the 68-year-old died after his dead niece took him to the bank for a €3,000 loan.

Two hours earlier, the 68-year-old died after his dead niece took him to the bank for a €3,000 loan.

Brazil is still shocked by the scam that Erica de Souza, 42, attempted to orchestrate when she went to the bank of 68-year-old Roberto Braga to “force” him to sign a $3,000 loan. euro.

New security camera footage shows the 42-year-old woman, who said when she was arrested that she was the 68-year-old man's niece, getting the dead man out of the car and taking him for a walk around a shopping mall before ending up at the bank to put her plan into action. Implementation.

According to the police chief of Rio de Janeiro, although the exact time of Braga's death cannot be determined, marks on the back of his head indicate that he breathed his last about two hours before de Souza killed him and went to the bank.

He added that investigations are also focusing on searching for the person who transported the 42-year-old and 68-year-old in his car. D'Souza argued in Police men Who questioned her on Wednesday morning said the 68-year-old died while in a wheelchair at the bank, a claim the authorities do not accept.







42 years old after her arrest

Another video posted on X shows De Souza taking the 68-year-old to hospital a day before her harrowing visit to the bank.

D'Souza had gone to a branch on Tuesday Bank With the visibly pale man in a wheelchair signing for a loan. “Uncle, can you hear me? You have to sign. I can't sign for you,” the voice of the woman, who then claimed to be the man's niece and carer, can be heard.

“I don't think what you're doing is legal. It doesn't look good, sir. He's very pale,” she noted. employee From the bank in the neighborhood to the west Rio de Janeiro With the woman responding “That's how it always is” and adding, addressing the dead man in the wheelchair, “If you're not feeling well I can take you to the hospital. Do you want to go back to the hotel?”

After insisting on asking the dying man to sign, the woman can be heard shouting at him: “Sign here and stop bothering me.”

According to local media, the request was for a loan worth 17,000 Brazilian reals (3,000 euros).

Finally, rescuers were called to the bank branch, who discovered that 68-year-old Paulo Roberto Braga, as the man was called, had died a few hours earlier.

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